National Parks and Wildlife Service Quarantine Station

There are many features of the Quarantine Station that make it significant. Its physical fabric consists of Aboriginal sites as well as over 70 European works including buildings and roadways as well as over 2000 European and Asian engraving dating back to the early 1800's. These demonstrate the role of the site in the history of Aboriginal occupation, immigration, medical science and quarantine practice.A Conference Centre is situated at the Quarantine Station, but has no wheelchair access. Ghost Tours of the Quarantine Station are held each Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights, contact (02) 9247 5033 for tour details. The Quarantine Station is a fragile site so access is by guided tour only. A small tour fee is charged. Public tours are daily. Private group tours are 7 days a week by arrangement. Bookings are essential.

Contact
Contact name: 
Marina Di Leva
Tour Manager
Phone 1: 
(02) 9247 5033 conference
Fax: 
(02) 9241 3303
Address
Postal Address: 
PO Box N501
Grosvenor Place
1202
Access
Access facilities: 
Wheelchair access (to most areas), accessible toilets
Opening hours: 
9.30am till 4.30pm
Disabilities: 
All disabilities
Activities: 
Outings
Service details
Area: 
Located in metropolitan Sydney
Clients: 
Authorized personnel
Resources: 
Community education courses, technical equipment supply

Disclaimer

Nican highly recommends contacting accommodation facilities prior to booking to ensure they meet your specific requirements. Unfortunately we cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information on our website as we are unable to verify all information supplied to us.